Re: RFS: collectl
Paul Wise <email@example.com> writes:
> When that change occurs, there will be 2 kinds of buildds; the one that
> builds the arch all and arch any packages and the ones that
> builds. These will obviously be different for different packages, I
> imagine the fastest arches will be chosen for the build-arch independent
> packages. I imagine this will require changes to make the buildds call
> debian/rules build-indep when appropriate and build-arch when not
> appropriate. In any case, there will be a shakeup of buildd behaviour
> with running build/build-indep/build-arch and installing
> build-depends-indep packages so I'm hoping this issue will be fixed to
> be more in line with policy.
Hm, isn't the obvious and simple way of implementing this change to just
create a second class of buildds that do exactly what the current ones do
but then throw out all the arch-dependent packages and only keep the
arch-independent ones? Or even more simply, just designate one
architecture (i386 perhaps) to keep all the results of the build including
the arch-independent packages?
That's what I assume was going to happen, which unfortunately doesn't
imply fixing any of the problems you note.
Russ Allbery (firstname.lastname@example.org) <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/>